In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(crowd/mob) desmandado(crowd/mob) descontrolado(region) anárquico(region) donde no rige la ley
- What tests or considerations are to guide the jury in determining when he may reasonably become lawless?
- There can be no simple military solution to a threat hidden away in dozens of cities and lawless areas around the world.
- It's but a thin red line that separates the lawful from the lawless.
- Whereas in the Taliban regime it seemed pretty lawless, from the descriptions.
- This just gave them an opportunity to turn more of the city into the lawless chaos they tend to drag with them where ever they go.
- Was he simply an illicit fantasist running amok in a lawless land, as the prosecution alleged?
- He was told to go and assert British law over the lawless whalers, sealers, timber merchants, and other settlers.
- If something similar happened in an inner city school there would be an outcry about lawless youngsters embracing a culture of violence.
- They are tired of the lawless hell that exists inside the city and are literally willing to have us rubble it to save it.
- Jury nullification is not lawless because it is simply is not prohibited by law.
- Yet the society has descended from being marginally lawless to one in which the outlaws outnumber the law-abiding.
- They want nothing so much as to be protected from the lawless violence of his undisciplined war bands.
- Parks has complained that the investigation and prosecutions of lawless cops is moving too slowly.
- I'm not surprised that this society is becoming increasingly lawless when magistrates are giving out such small fines.
- The threat of prosecution is the only way to end their lawless behaviour.
- The police consider the area lawless and refuse to provide protection for the community.
- Other sources mention Vlad's determination to bring order in lawless times.
- When family circumstances allow, I too will exit this crumbling and lawless city.
- The modern day rulers of this lawless land, like the nobility of old, prosecute the juiciest targets.
- He agrees that the United States does indeed act like a sheriff trying to enforce justice in a lawless world.
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